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Post Reply What books do you prefer when it comes to reading?
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Posted 6/6/15
Let me know if a thread like this one exist or not.
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Explain your opinion in great detail.


Me: When I'm not reading manga, I would choose audiobooks mainly because I can't visualize when I read a novel. I actually like audiobooks because it's peaceful getting read to.

What about you? Enjoy!!!
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I said comics/manga but light novels are pretty much equal for me.

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CyberX-1 wrote:

I said comics/manga but light novels are pretty much equal for me.



Never read a light novel.
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I prefer novels. I own a Kindle, and I have a few E-books, but there is just something about holding a physical hardback/paperback book in your hands. I like to turn each page and watch the book dwindle to nothing.
Posted 6/6/15
Novels because I like to feel it in my hands.

But I like e-books and audiobooks too.
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thestars201 wrote:

Novels because I like to feel it in my hands.

But I like e-books and audiobooks too.


I like audio books too.
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i am stuck. i mostly read non fiction. i do it in both book form and on my kindle. the convenience of the kindle is great, but the sensation of not even holding, but HAVING a physical book is unparalleled. i just got a copy of heino engel's "construction and measure of the japanese house." that kind of thing would be wasted in e-book form. i may be overthinking.

PS i voted novel. not for the form of writing, but as a physical object
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CON_FLU_ENCE wrote:

i am stuck. i mostly read non fiction. i do it in both book form and on my kindle. the convenience of the kindle is great, but the sensation of not even holding, but HAVING a physical book is unparalleled. i just got a copy of heino engel's "construction and measure of the japanese house." that kind of thing would be wasted in e-book form. i may be overthinking.

PS i voted novel. not for the form of writing, but as a physical object


The only non fiction I read is the one that helps me with my creative writing.
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Posted 6/6/15 , edited 6/6/15
Excluding anime/manga related material, Novels pertaining to Military History and Biographies on Psychopaths.
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dotsforlife wrote:

Excluding anime/manga related material, Novels pertaining to Military History and Biographies on Psychopaths.


WW1 or WW2 or it doesn't matter just as long as it's military history.
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I read a lot novels. Whether said novel is downloaded on my nook or a physical copy all depends on which copy is easier (and sometimes cheaper) to get a hold of.

Of course I do a lot of manga and comic reading as well.
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You're on Crunchyroll - the answer is manga.
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Manga and novels.
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currently ebooks cause I'm travelling a bit, not reading any Novels at all. Maybe in a few years time if I'm then more calm about my life
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Posted 6/7/15 , edited 6/7/15

Clamiku wrote:

You're on Crunchyroll - the answer is manga.


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